Surely those drums are an indication that the natives are restless, are about to form an angry mob, or simply want you to meet their volcano god. It’s all about classic Hollywood and stereotypical tropes in this episode covering minute 33 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Join us as we discuss Captain Jack Sparrow dabbling in a wee bit of cannibalism as he continues to play the part of the Pelegostos’ Chief, Joshamee Gibbs identified as Mr. Exposition and the character who informs the audience, we play a round of “Would You Rather” regarding bone cage base jumping or cannibal stew, and we walk dangerously close to classic Hollywood stereotypes when discussing more TV tropes including jungle drums, the natives are restless, deepest, darkest Africa, Hollywood natives, and pitchfork and torches.
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